extant

Living specimens still exist. Usually refers to wild organisms, although the unusual situations in which some killifishes presently find themselves (i.e., extirpated from their natural habitats but surviving in captive populations) often result in qualified statements such as 'extinct in the wild,' or 'extant only in refugia,' etc. (cf extinct)

extant

still in existence 
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Extant

refers to the works of ancient authors that have not been destroyed or lost and are
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extant

[adj] - still in existence
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Extant

Species are those whose members are living at the present time.
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Extant

Ex'tant adjective [ Latin extans , - antis , or exstans , -antis , present participle of extare , exstare , to stand out or forth; ex out + stare to stand: confer French extant . See Stand .] 1. Standing out or ...
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extant

adjective still in existence; not extinct or destroyed or lost; `extant manuscripts`; `specimens of graphic art found among extant barbaric folk`- Edward Clodd
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Extant

• (a.) Publicly known; conspicuous. • (a.) Standing out or above any surface; protruded. • (a.) Still existing; not destroyed or lost; outstanding.
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Extant

still surviving, not completely extinct
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Extant

in existence; still existing; not destroyed or lost (Stein 1966).
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extant

still in existence; not extinct or destroyed or lost
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Extant

still surviving, not completely extinct
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